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SPD Policies

SPD Manual - SPD policies and the same manual used in the field. 

Crime Reports 

SPDBlotterWrite-ups on major crimes

Significant Incident Reports - Preliminary write-ups on significant incidents

Online Data Maps - 911 Calls and Offenses


Data.Seattle.Gov makes high value, machine-readable datasets created by the City of Seattle available for public use. The following are some of the sets created by the Seattle Police Department. More available at Data.Seattle.Gov

911 Incident Response - Dataset of all officers dispatched to 911 calls 2001 to present

Current Crime Data 2008 - Present - NIBRS reporting

Historical Crime Data 1996-2007 - UCR reported crimes by Census Tracts

Seattle Police PDRs - A list of all public data requests made to the Seattle Police Department 2016 to December 2020. 

SPD PDRS - PDRS received using the "City of Seattle Public Records Request Center"

SPD PDRS (Old System) - PDRS received prior to using "City of Seattle Public Records Request Center"

COBAN Log - Dataset of Police In-Car Video Log

Uniform Crime Reports

Uniform Crime Reports are the standard crimes reported to the FBI.  They are very helpful when tracking historical data or when comparing crime statistics city to city. SPD's UCR numbers can be found at these locations:

Other Agency Databases

Jail Inmate Lookup Service - Maintained by King County

King County Sex Offender Registry - Maintained by King County

State Sex Offender Database - Maintained by Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs (WASPC)


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Mailing Address: PO Box 34986, Seattle, WA, 98124-4986
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The Seattle Police Department (SPD) prevents crime, enforces laws, and supports quality public safety by delivering respectful, professional, and dependable police services. SPD operates within a framework that divides the city into five geographical areas called "precincts".